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* The Ontario government has quietly repealed a regulation that required a municipal referendum before a municipality could become host to a new casino, replacing it with a less onerous requirement “to seek public input.” “All of a sudden we have a regulation in almost total secrecy,” said New Democrat MPP Michael Prue. “They’re sneaking […]

Published May 17, 2012 at 5:58pm

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